June 30th 2017 Record List

G’day.
Its the middle of the year. We got so much goodness it may as well be xmas.

Maybe just come visit.

..if you need any more massaging read on, the list is, pretty damn good. On the Top side we got Luther Ingram, Otis Redding, Cal Tjader, Jorge Ben, Roy Ayers, the Valentine Brothers, Freddie Hubbard, Bowie, Soft Machine, Tom Waits, BB King, Leadbelly.. I dunno, we just got stuff & its good and there’s lots. Again 99% USA & Japanese Originals in clean condition.

Theres a hell of a lot of Disco, Hip Hop & Japanese LPs in this drop too.. and around 50 x 90s house 12’s (mostly UK stuff) that we didn’t list up sorry.

On the New side of things we have a really decent stack of records from Canada’s Invisible City, UK’s Emotional Rescue & Expansion records as well as a big Re-up of titles from favorites like Placebo, Haitus Kaiyote, Sun Ra, Yussef Kamaal, Fela Kuti & all that stuff you know we like.. Around 75 new titles in all told.

A nice box of 45’s has also been added in with a cross section of 60s soul, rocksteady & roots, some japanese press disco, soul & oddities & a little latin.. all in.!

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THE DROP

Jah Wobble – The Lago Years
Fans of Jah Wobble, the absurd, well curated selection of Jah Wobble masterpieces. Emotional Rescue shed light on a less documented period of his epic biography: his years as label chief of Lago records. Drawing on recordings made between 1981 and 1985, The Lago Years is a captivating listen that touches on post punk and no wave all the way through to dreamy psychedelia and the kind of world music Wobble would become so well known for later on in his career. An essential collection for any lovers of leftfield music and mysticism.

Jorge Reyes & Antonio Zepeda – A La Izquierda Del Colibri
Another long awaited reissue from the Emotional Rescue team, this one a powerful experimental LP to take you on a real journey. The late Jorge Reyes was a leading figure in Mexican experimental music, and this album recorded with Antonio Zepeda is one of his earliest and most striking works. Originally released in 1986, A La Izquierda Del Colibri is a worldly product of the era in the same way as the work of Jah Wobble and Brian Eno, rich in new wave funk but reaching to a higher plane thanks to all manner of sonic devices. From treated jungle sounds to swooping pads, the whole album feels like an exotic trek through the heat and mystery of Central America, at times leaving the Western world far behind and at other times embracing it. Nothing short of mesmerising.

The Jellies – The Conversation 7”
Finally back in rotation, Emotional Rescue presents is a timeless piece of post-punk wizardry from The Jellies. The Conversation is the sadly (and, we say, wrongly) overlooked B-side to The Jellie’s 1981 release, Jive Baby On A Saturday Night. Based around a simple drum and bass rhythm, interspersed with crowd noise, playful female vocal yelps and sprinkled with dub effects thrown in to the mix and you wouldn’t probably think too much would be going for a track that the band put together in the last two hours of their studio time after Jive Baby had been completed. However, what you get is a killer gem of pop-punk-dub oddness that gets your head nodding to its infectious, repetitive rhythm laden with effects. Don’t miss the Apophenia rework on the flip – a dubbed out but respectful version for DJs and home listeners alike.

Wally Badarou – Back To Scales To Night
A real Balearic masterpiece: Wally Badarou’s Back To Scales is one of true gems of the time. There are few certified music stars that France’s Wally Badarou hasn’t worked with along his illustrious career. Black Uhuru, Grace Jones and Herbie Hancock are just some of the names he’s collaborated with, but the man only got to that stage thanks to his wonderful solo albums of the early ’80s. His unique blend of funk, pop, soul and rock is best heard on second solo album Echoes, home to ‘Chief Inspector’, ‘Hi-Life’ and ‘Mambo’, which was sampled for Massive Attack’s Blue Lines hit ‘Daydreaming’. But for those in the know, his debut Back To Scales To-Night is an unsung classic for its fusion of playful synths, reggae rhythm, and enchanting vocals. Jam after jam.

Susan Phillips – Soft Sexy Soul 
‘Soft sexy Soul’ was recorded for Sylvia Robinson’s All Platinum label in 1971, pressed in small quantities. Few copies have ever surfaced, it is so rare that many collectors doubt if it was ever released, it is not listed on Discogs and it has never been recorded as selling on EBay. If an original copy were found today, it would surely sell for a substantial amount of money. The album has that classic early 70’s New Jersey Orchestrated Soul sound. It contains the in demand 2-step single ‘He Knows My Key (is always in the Mailbox)’ , the Northern Soul floater ‘Answer to my Prayer’ , Detroit sounding ‘Please Don’t Keep Me Lonely’ the multi paced ‘Where Do I go From Here’ and many great ballads like ‘He’s Gone’ and ‘This I’ll Guarantee’.

Eramus Hall – Your Love Is My Desire
One of the last great soul albums on the Westbound label finally sees a reissue! Eramus Hall have a vague P-Funk connection – and according to legend, the band were given their name by George Clinton, who had seen a building in Chicago named Eramus Hall – but the sound is a lot smoother than any of the P-Funk projects of the time, and the group’s strongest point is their smooth soul groove, augmented by a tight jazz funk style on the best cuts. In a way, they’re sort of like a morphed version of late Parliament – with a funk sound that’s nicely compressed, but still a lot more true than any of the countless other bands on the market who were aping P-Funk at the time. Highlights include the groovers “Your Love Is My Desire” and “She Shined A Light”, both with nice sample moments – and other tracks include “Stuck In The Mudd”, “Funk Permit”, and “Think Positively”.

Dazzle – Dazzle
MASSIVE! A disco dazzler from the glory days of the De-Lite Records scene – served up here by a group who really hit all the best sort of groove’s you’d expect from that legendary imprint! The album’s a disco record, sure – but it’s also got the deeper roots that come from the De-Lite commitment to earlier 70s funk – co-produced and written by Leroy Burgess and Stan Lucas, both of whom sing on the record – and also get some help from some incredible female vocalists too! Although the cover makes the album look a bit like a throwaway set, the overall quality is very high, and quite soulful – thanks to strong work by Burgess and Patrick Adams, who also does a bit of arrangement – with that ear to the underground that he always had on his best records. Titles include “Reaching”, “Slipped Disco”, “It’s Not The Same”, “Walk Before You Run”, and “All”.

Idris Muhammad – Turn This Mutha Out 
Soul Brother’s coming through with the goods again on this Idris Muhammad reissue. His fifth and perhaps most popular of his near-20 LP strong solo discography (that’s not including the epic array of artists he’s worked with from Fats Domino to Art Davis) Ranging from the heavily-sampled stone-cold soul stunner “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This” to silky disco funk such as the album title track and the sleazier “Crab Apple” to the frenetic jazz blasts of tracks such as “Camby Bolongo”, this is the sound of a man fully committed to the craft and spirit of the groove. Nothing short of essential.

Tulalah – The Question
Incredibly talented Melbourne based eight-piece, Tulalah, come forth with their second studio album, The Question. Weaving their broad influences into a unique brand of ‘orchestral folk’, Tulalah strive to create an ever expansive sound, reaching beyond the confines of their instrumentation. Vocal harmonies galore, intertwining guitars, powerful horns; this music will make your realise you had a heart in your chest that you forgot all about. The Question was recorded in a number of spaces throughout Victoria including a family beach house in Blairgowrie and several churches within Melbourne, and these environments come to life throughout the LP’s course. They create a sound that is distinctly Australian. This record is not to be missed.

OLD STUFF

SOUL  / GOSPEL
* Aretha Franklin – Jump To It (Arista) $20
* Bar-Kays – Too Hot to Stop (Mercury) $30
* Bill Doggett – All His Hits (King) $20
* Buddy Miles Band – Chapter VII (CBS) JP gatefold w/inners $40
* Dave Howard – I Love Everybody (Choreo) $25
* Ike & Tina – ‘Nuff Said (UA) $30
* Ike & Tina Turner – Get It-Get It! (Pickwick) $15
* Isaac Hayes – Hot Buttered Soul (Enterprise) $30
* L.J. Reynolds – Tell Me You Will (Fantasy) $15
* Lamont Dozier – Out Here On My Own (ABC) $15
* Lamont Dozier – Peddlin’ Music on the Side (WB) $35
* Little Anthony & the Imperials – Goin Out of My Head (DCP) $28
* Loleatta Holloway – S/T (Aware) US OG $45
* Luther Ingram – Let’s Steal Away to the Hideaway (Koko) US OG Sealed $35
* Mandrill – Just Outside of Town (Polydor) $35
* Margie Joseph – Makes A New Impression (Volt) ’70 OG $48
* Marlena Shaw – Out Of Different Bags (Cadet) $35
* Martha Reeves – S/T (MCA) $20
* Marvin Gaye – And His Girls (Tamla) $30
* Marvin Gaye – Greatest Hits Vol. 2 (Tamla) $35
* Maze – We Are One (Capitol) $25
* Minnie Ripperton – Adventures in Paradise (Epic) $25
* Otis Redding – Best Of (Atlantic) JP gatefold w/obi + booklet $65
* Otis Redding – The Soul Album (Volt) $45
* Rose Royce – Strikes Again (Whitfield) $25
* Sam Cooke – The Best Of (RCA) $15
* Sly & the Family Stone – Small Talk (Epic) $30
* Sly & the Family Stone – There’s A Riot Goin’ On (Epic) $30
* Sly & the Family Stone (Epic) $30
* Stevie Wonder – Innervisions (Tamla) $20
* Stevie Wonder – Talking Book (Motown) JP gatefold w/obi + insert $35
* Tamiko – S/T (December) ’68 Promo $30
* The Isley Brothers – Go For Your Guns (T-Neck) $20
* The O’Jays – Travelin’ at the Speed of Thought (Philadelphia) $20
* The Rimshots – Down to Earth (Stang) $38
* The Soul Children – Genesis (Stax) $30
* The Valentine Brothers – First Take (Bridge) $25
* V/A – Motown Winner’s Circle (Motown) Mint OG Canadian press $35
* V/A – Rhythm & Blues (Guest Star) $15

JAZZ / JAZZFUNK
* Art Blakey – The Big Beat (Blue Note) US OG Mono RVG (VG) $100
* Art Ensemble of Chicago – Bap-Tizum (Atlantic) JP press w/insert $40
* Art Tatum – Genius of…#2 (Verve) $30
* Billy Cobham – Billy’s Best Hits (GRP) $30
* Billy Holiday – Lady Day Blues (AJ) $20
* Cal Tjader – Along Comes Cal (Verve) $38
* Cal Tjader – Greatest Hits (Fantasy) Promo copy $40
* Cannonball Adderley – In San Francisco (Riverside) $30
* Charlie Mingus – Oh Yeah (Atlantic) JP press w/inserts $50
* Count Basie – Evergreens (Groove Merchant) $25
* Deodato – First Cuckoo (MCA) $15
* Freddie Hubbard – Backlash (Atlantic) $35
* Freddie Hubbard – First Light (CTI) $25
* Freddie Hubbard – The Baddest Hubbard (CTI) $30
* Gene Ammons & Sonny Stitt – Jug & Sunny (Chess) $30
* George Duke – Rendezvouz (Epic-Sony) JP press w/obi $30
* Hinton, Marshal & Ruther – Basses Loaded! (RCA) $35
* Howard Wales – Rendezvous with the Sun (Costal) Sealed OG $100
* Joe Zawinul Trio – To You With Love (Strand) $25
* John Coltrane – A Love Supreme (Impulse) $38
* John Coltrane – Africa Brass Session Vol.2 (Impulse) JP w/inserts $45
* John Coltrane – Selflessness (Impulse) $40
* John Coltrane Quartet – Ballads (Impulse) JP press w/inserts+obi $45
* Johnny Hammond Smith – Soul Talk (Prestige) $48
* Les McCann – Much Les (Atlantic) $20
* Luis Gasca – For Those Who Chant (Blue Thumb) $20
* Mal Waldron – Blues for Lady Day (Arista) $15
* McCoy Tyner – The Eary Trios (ABC) $25
* Miles Davis – Decoy (Columbia) $35
* Miles Davis – In a Silent Way (Columbia) $38
* Mongo Santamaria – Watermelon Man (Battle) $20
* Oscar Peterson – Soul Espanol (Limelight) $25
* Pat Metheny – Rejoicing (ECM) JP press w/inserts $20
* Ray Brown – A Ray Brown 3 (Concord) $20
* Ray Charles – At Newport (Atlantic) OG US mono $40
* Roy Ayers ubiquity – A Tear to a Smile (Polydor) Clean US OG $45
* Roy Ayers Ubiquity – Vibrations (Polydor) Clean US OG $35
* Sonny Clark – Cool Struttin (Blue Note) JP gatefold w/obi + inserts $65
* Stanley Turrentine – Always Something There (Blue Note) $30
* Stanley Turrentine – S/T Reissue Series (Blue Note) $25
* Tamiko Jones – I’ll Be Anything For You (A&M) $40
* V/A – CTI Summer Jazz at the Hollywood Bowl (CTI) $20
* V/A – Gems of Jazz (Blue Note) $25
* Wayne Shorter – Night Dreamer (Blue Note) JP Toshiba press $45
* Wes Montgomery Trio – Dynamic New Sound (Riverside) $30

ROCK / PROG / PSYCH
* Bob Dylan – The Times They are a-Changin (Columbia) clean US OG $50
* Bobby Caldwell – Carry On (Polydor) JP press w/obi + inserts $25
* Bruce Springsteen – Greetings from Asbury Park (CBS) JP press w/insert $30
* Curved Air – Air Cut (WB) JP gatefold w/ obi $50
* David Bedford – Instructions For Angels (Virgin) $15
* David Bowie – Changes One (RCA) JP press w/inserts $40
* David Bowie – Siggy Stardust (RCA) OG US $50
* Fleetwood Mac – Rumours (WB) JP press w/obi + inner $40
* Fleetwood Mac – S/T (WB) JP press w/obi + sleeve $35
* Jimi Hendrix – The Essential (Polydor) JP gatefold w/inserts $45
* Joe Cocker – Mad Dogs & Englishmen (A&M) $15
* King Crimson – Starless & Bible Black (Atlantic) JP gatefold $50
* Kiss – Rock & Roll Over (Victor) JP gatefold w/inner $40
* Love – False Start (Blue Thumb) $50
* Marianne Faithfull – S/T (London) $30
* McDonald & Giles – S/T (Atlantic) JP press w/obi + inserts $60
* Neil Young – Harvest (Reprise) $40
* Opus – Opus 1 (Peak) $45
* Pink Floyd – Relics (Harvest) $45
* Queen – Queen (Elektra) JP press w/insert $30
* Robert Fripp – Let the Power Fall (EG) JP press w/inserts $35
* Rolling Stones – Exile on Main St (Rolling Stones) w/inners + postcards $80
* Roy Orbison – Greatest Hits (Monument) $30
* Soft Machine – Fourth (Columbia) $35
* Talking Heads – Fear of Music (Sire) $35
* Talking Heads – True Stories (Sire) $35
* The Band – Stage Fright (Capitol) JP press w/insert $30
* The Doors – Waiting for the Sun (Elektra) Clean OG $40
* The Jam – Snap! (Polydor) $50
* The Kinks – Golden Hour Of (Pye) JP press w/inner $40
* The Smiths – Strangeways, Here We Come (Rough Trade) JP w/inserts $70
* The Who – Quadrophenia (MCA) $35
* Tom Waits – Foreign Affair (Elektra) US Promo $45
* Tyrannosaurus Rex – Unicorn (Blue Thumb) ’72 US press $50
* V/A – Zapped (Reprise) $35
* XTC – English Settlement (Virgin) $30

INDIE/ PUNK / NEW WAVE / METAL
* Depeche Mode – Shake the Disease (Mute) $20
* Fugazi – Red Medicine (Dischord) $35
* Iron Maiden – Live After Death (EMI) JP press w/photo book $100
* Metallica – Ride the Lightning (Nexus) JP press red vinyl w/obi + inserts $50
* New Order – Blue Monday (bnvs001) $15
* Tom Tom Club – S/T (Sire) JP press w/ obi + inserts $35

STAGE & SCREEN / LIBRARY
* John Williams – Return of the Jedi OST (RSO) JP press w/obi + inserts $35
* Norman Whitfield – Car Wash OST (MCA) $20
* V/A – Ghost Dog OST (Epic) $60
* V/A – Murder was the Case (Deathrow) $45

SYNTH / POP / AMBIENT
* Yello – Solid Pleasure (Ralph) $40

BLUES / COUNTRY
* B.B. King – Indianola Mississippi Seeds (ABC) $25
* B.B. King – Lucille (Blues Way) $40
* Johnny Walker – Rambling Woman (Bluesway) $35
* Junior Park/Bobby Bland – Blues Consolidated (Duke) JP press w/inner $40
* Leadbelly – His Guitar, His Voice, His Piano (Capitol) $40
* Leadbelly – Take This Hammer (Folkways) $35
* Roy Brown – Hard Luck Blues (King) $30
* T-Bone Walker – Funky Town (Bluesway) $38
* V/A – A Taste of Bluesway (Bluesway) $35

HIP HOP / BEATS 
* 2Pac – Letter to my Unborn (Deathrow) $15
* ATCQ – Check the Rhime (Jive) $25
* Bahamadia – I Confess (EMI) $25
* Beastie Boys – An Exciting Evening at Home with Shadrach (Capitol) $30
* DJ Food – Refried Food Vol. 1 + 2 (Ninja Tune) $25
* Eric B & Rakim – Paid in Full (4th Bway) $25
* Erykah Badu – But You Caint Use My Phone (Control Freaq) $60
* Fugees – Nappy Heads (Ruff House) $25
* Gangstarr – Full Clip (Virgin) $85
* Gangstarr – Take it Personal (EMI) JP press $15
* GZA – Cold World (Geffen) $25
* HVL – Across the Sun EP (Housewax) $15
* J5 – Power in Numbers Instrumentals (Up Above) $50
* Jill Scott – Love Rain (Hidden Beach) $20
* LL Cool J – Bad (DefJam) $30
* Madlib – Shades of Blue (Blue Note) $50
* Nas – I Am… (Columbia) $35
* Pizzicato Five – Contact (Matador) $15
* Pizzicato Five – Porno 3003 (Matador) $15
* Pizzicato Five – Trailer Music (Matador) $15
* Rakim – The 18th Letter (Universal) $30
* Redman/Method Man – How High (DefJam) $20
* Showbiz & A.G. – Runaway Slave (Payday) $45
* Souls of Mischief – Soundscience/ Bad Business (Hiero Imperium) $15
* The Fugees – Refugee Camp Bootlegs (Ruff House) $25
* The Pharcyde – Runnin (Delicious) $20
* The Roots – The Seed 2.0 (Island) $20
* Ugly Duckling – Journey to Anywhere (1500) $35
* V/A – Lyricists Lounge Vol. 1 (Rawkus) $35
* V/A – Tommy Boy Greatest Beats Vol. 4 (Tommy Boy) $30
* Wu-Tang Clan – Wu-tang Forever (Loud) $60

DISCO / BOOGIE
* Catch – Get On Freak (Variety) Promo $35
* Chic – Risque (Atlantic) JP press w/obi + inserts $35
* Cloud One – Atmosphere Strut (P&P) $45
* Dynasty – Here I Am (Solar) $15
* Excuisite Taste – It’s You That’s Happening (Starlite) $60
* George Duke – I Want You For Myself (Epic) $100
* Glen Adams Affair – Just a Groove (Sam) $28
* Harlem Underground Band – Smokin’ Cheeba / Bra (Paul Winley) $45
* Jesus Wayne – Money is the Root (AVI) $35
* Kid Creole – Fresh Fruit in Foreign Places (Sire) $25
* Konk – The Sound of Konk (Soul Jazz) $60
* Kool Kyle – Getting Over (Frills) $45
* Love Unlimited – My Sweet Summer Suite (20th Century) JP w/insert $30
* Matrix – Matrix (Pro-gress) Promo $25
* Michael Jackson – Thriller (Epic) $30
* Patrice Rushen – Pizzazz (Elektra) $20
* Patti Labelle – The Spirit’s In It (Philadelphia) OG Promo $60
* Rich Cason & the Galactic Orchestra – Year 2001 Boogie (Larc) $40
* Rick James – Come Get It (Gordy) $15
* Rick Smith – We Should Be Lovers (Birdie) Clean OG US $38
* Rufus & Chaka – Masterjam (MCA) $15
* Sylvester – Step II (Fantasy) $18
* The Chi-Lites – Heavenly Body (Chi-sound) $15
* The Webboes – Under the Wear (Sam) $15
* V/A – Disco Around the Globe (RCA) $30
* V/A – Disco-Trek (Atlantic) $30
* Young & Company – I Like (What You’re Doing To Me) (Brunswick) $15

REGGAE / AFRO / WORLD / LATIN
* Anna Domino – Colouring in the Edge (Le Disques De Crepuscule) $20
* Bob Marley – Live in Pittsburgh (Rita Marley) $75
* Bob Marley – Live! (Island) JP press w/obi $40
* Bob Marley – Uprising (Island) JP press w/obi + insert $50
* Dennis Brown – Wolf & Leopards (DEB) $35
* Gato Barbieri – Chapter Two: Hasta Siempre (Impulse) $15
* Gilberto Gil & Jorge Ben – S/T (Phillips) JP press w/obi & insert $65
* Jorge Ben – Africa Brasil (Phillips) JP press $70
* Luiz Morales – Folk Songs of the Phillipines (Folkways) $40
* Mad Lads – Losing You (Studio One) OG $60
* Manuel Batista – El Patron (Mericana) $45
* Masekela – The Boy’s Doin’ It (Casablanca) $35
* Mongo Santamaria – Explosion (Riverside) $30
* Orquesta de Felix Del Rosaro – Los Saxofones (Borinquen) $45
* Pedro Arroyo y La Orquesta La Nueva – S/T (Rana) $35
* Peter Tosh – Wanted Dead or Alive (Rolling Stones) JP promo w/inserts $40
* Sata George – Have You Seen Her (What’s Up Doc) $25
* Scientist – Wins the World Cup (Greensleeves) No cover $20
* Slim Smith – Early Days (Clock Tower) OG $40
* The Paragons – Positive Movements (Eclipse) $45
* Triston Palmer/Early B – The Doctor (Fantastique) $60

JAPANESE
* Ann Lewis – S/T (Victor) $25
* Anri – The Best (For Life) $25
* Eri Ohno – Eri (Better Days) $35
* Haruomi Hosono – Making of Non-Standard Music (Non-standard) $30
* Hi-Fi Set – 3 Notes (Express) $25
* Hi-Fi Set – Love Collection (Express) $18
* Mariya Takeuchi – Variety (Moon) w/obi $30
* Plastics – Welcome Plastics (Invitation) $35
* Ryuichi Sakamoto – Illustrated Musical Encyclopaedia (Midi) JP w/12” $35
* Spectrum – 4-Second Navigation (Victor) w/obi $35
* Sunsetz – Heat Scale (Alfa) $38
* Tatsuro Yamashita – Melodies (Moon) $28
* Terumasa Hino – The Best (Flying Disk) w/obi $30
* The Freedom Unity – Down by Naked City (Victor) Gatefold w/obi $80
* Yellow Magic Orchestra – S/T (Alfa) $38
* Yosuke Yamashita Trio – Montreux Afterglow (Frasco) $38

NEW STUFF

SOUL / JAZZ / JAZZFUNK
* Chet Baker – Chet Baker Sings (Pan AM) $35
* Chet Baker – It Could Happen To You (Pan AM) $35
* Eramus Hall – Your Love Is My Desire (Expansion) $35
* Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – Messages (Soul Brothers) $35
* Hiatus Kaiyote – Choose Your Weapon (Music On Vinyl) $40
* Hiatus Kaiyote – Tawk Tomahawk (Music On Vinyl) $35
* Idris Muhammad – Turn This Mutha Out (Soul Brother) $35
* Leon Bridges – Coming Home (Sony) $38
* Marva Whitney – It’s My Thing (Soul Brother) $38
* Michael Boothman – Touch (Invisible City) $36
* Placebo – 1973 (Music On Vinyl) $35
* Placebo – Ball Of Eyes (Music On Vinyl) $35
* Placebo – Placebo (Music On Vinyl) $35
* Retta Young – Young & Restless (Expansion) $35
* Sun Ra – Singles (Strut) $60
* Sun Ra – Singles Vol. 2 (Strut) $60
* Susan Phillips – Soft Sexy Soul (Soul Brother) $35
* Tulalah – The Question (Tulalah) $35
* Yussef Kamal – Black Focus (Brownswood)$38

HIP HOP / BEATS / NEO-SOUL
* Beastie Boys – III Communication (Capitol) $45
* Public Enemy – Fear Of A Black Planet (Universal) $40
* Fugees – Score (Music On Vinyl) $45
* Quasimoto – The Further Adventures Of Lord Quas (Stones Throw) $45
* Quasimoto – The Unseen (Stones Throw) $42
* Raekwon –Built For Cuban Linx Pt. II (Fatbeats)$45
* The Beastie Boys – Paul’s Boutique (Capitol) $45
* A Tribe Called Quest – Beats, Rhymes & Life (Jive) $45
* Erykah Badu – Mama’s Gun (Music On Vinyl) $45
* Lauryn Hill – The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill (Ruffhouse) $40

REGGAE / AFRO / WORLD / LATIN
* Fela Kuti – Fela With Ginger Baker Life! (Knitting Factory) $35
* Fela Kuti – Gentleman (Knitting Factory) $38
* Jah Wobble – The Lago Years (Emotional Rescue) $40
* Jorge Ben – Tropical (Oficial Arquivos) $40
* Jorge Reyes – A La Izquierda del Colibri (Emotional Rescue) $35
* Lee Scratch Perry – Super Ape (Universal) $38
* Miguel De Deus – Black Soul Brothers (Groove) $40
* Oluko Imo – Jah Praise (Invisible City) $35
* The Upsetters – Blackboard Jungle Dub (Clock Tower) $35
* V/A – Duke Reid Rocks Steady (Music On Vinyl) $35

INDIE/ PUNK / NEW WAVE / METAL
* Kevin Harrison – Fly (Emotional Rescue) $23
* Radiohead – In Rainbows (XL) $38
* The Jellies – The Conversation (Emotional Rescue) $20

ROCK  / PROG / PSYCH /BLUES
* Jimi Hendrix – Axis Bold As (Sony) $40
* Jimi Hendrix – Electric Ladyland (Sony) $38
* Jimi Hendrix Experience – Are You Experienced (Music On Vinyl) $40
* The 13th Floor Elevators – Bull Of The Woods (International Artists) $42
* The 13th Floor Elevators – Easter Everywhere (International Artists) $38
* The 13th Floor Elevators – The Psychedelic Sounds Of (International Artists) $42

ELECTRONIC / AMBIENT
* Leftfield – Leftism (Sony) Special edition 3xLP $60

DISCO
* Stephen Encinas – Disco Illusion (Invisible City) $36
* VO – Mashsisa (Invisible City) $36
* Wally Badarou – Back To Scales (Love Vinyl) $35
* Dazzle – Dazzle (Expansion) $35

SLEEVES
We have a huge array of LP/12”, 10” and 7” sleeves to keep your collection clean and scratch free. Ask us in store or head over to our webstore for more info.

STAFF PICKS

Lloyd
* Howard Wales – Rendezvous with the Sun (Costal) Sealed OG $100
* Fugazi – Red Medicine (Dischord) $35
* Freddie Hubbard – Backlash (Atlantic) $35
* Wes Montgomery Trio – Dynamic New Sound (Riverside) $30
* Art Ensemble of Chicago – Bap-Tizum (Atlantic) JP press w/insert $40
* Ryuichi Sakamoto – Illustrated Musical Encyclopaedia (Midi) JP press w/bonus 12” $35

Milly
* Konk – The Sound of Konk (Soul Jazz) $60
* Jah Wobble – The Lago Years (Emotional Response) $40
* The Jellies – The Conversation (Emotional Rescue) $20
* Anna Domino – Colouring in the Edge & the Outline (Le Disques De Crepuscule) $20
* Young & Company – I Like (What You’re Doing To Me) (Brunswick) $15
* Haruomi Hosono – Making of Non-Standard Music (Non-standard) $30

Ari
* Jorge Ben – Tropical (Oficial Arquivos) $40
* V/A – Duke Reid Rocks Steady (Music On Vinyl) $35
* Tulalah – The Question (Tulalah) $35
* Dazzle – Dazzle (Expansion) $35
* Susan Phillips – Soft Sexy Soul (Soul Brother) $35
* Roy Ayers Ubiquity – Vibrations (Polydor) Clean US OG $35
* Retta Young – Young & Restless (Expansion) $35
* Kid Creole – Fresh Fruit in Foreign Places (Sire) $25
* Soft Machine – Fourth (Columbia) $35
* Howard Wales – Rendezvous with the Sun (Costal) Sealed OG $100
* Gilberto Gil & Jorge Ben – S/T (Phillips) JP press w/obi & insert $65

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Published on: 30 June
Posted by: Plug 7